(A)   When a highway or road is to be considered for designation as a scenic road the Legislative Council shall schedule a public hearing on the proposal. Hearing notices and deadlines shall be in accordance with the provisions of the by-laws of the Council. Additionally, the Council shall notify the Public Works Director and owners of lot frontage abutting the highway or portion of a highway, of the proposed designation and the scheduled public hearing.
   (B)   Following the Public Hearing, the Legislative Council shall vote on the proposed designation. The designation shall become effective upon the approval of the Legislative Council and upon the filing of the petition, signed by a majority of abutting landowners (§ 98.02 above), with the Town Clerk.
   (C)   The scenic road designation may be rescinded by the Legislative Council by using the same procedures and by having the written concurrence of the owners of a majority of lot frontage abutting the highway. In the event that the designation can be shown to create a threat to the health, safety, or general welfare of the citizens of the town, then the designation may be rescinded without the concurrence of abutting property owners.
   (D)   Any person aggrieved by a designation of a highway or road or portion of a highway or road as a scenic road pursuant to this chapter may appeal such designation in the manner and utilizing the same standards of review provided for appeals in Conn. Gen. Stat. § 8-28.
(Ord. 251, passed 4-7-86)